Arizona Law Overview

University of Arizona Law student group at Homecoming outside the school


Founded in 1915, we are one of the nation’s leading law schools

We have a 100-year history of graduating successful lawyers and leaders.

The University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law is the only law school where you can earn a degree at any stage of your education, from undergraduate through doctoral.

With distinguished faculty, bright students, and alumni who excel in law, business and the pursuit of justice, we’re enormously proud of what we've built. And yet, we know we can do even better and constantly ask how we can improve and find a better way forward.

All of this is against the backdrop of the University of Arizona, one of the country’s top research universities whose faculty includes members of esteemed national academies, Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners, and celebrated thought leaders who are changing how we see the world.

University of Arizona campus

Like the rugged Tucson landscape that surrounds our campus, we’re built to take on challenges. We’re rooted in tradition, but not bound by convention. We value diversity of thought, background, experience, and culture in every dimension of the law school experience.



University of Arizona Law Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Willie Jordan-Curtis congratulates a student at graduation

We believe that big things happen in small communities, which is why we cultivate a supportive environment filled with students, faculty, staff and alumni who look out for each other. Students join us from around the world to work closely alongside faculty who actively practice, shape and teach the law.


Explore Our Community

Greetings from Tucson mural with University of Arizona Law students walking in front

Arizona Law is set in the beautiful Sonoran Desert, in the iconic city of Tucson, which averages 350 days of sunshine annually. Surrounded by mountains, forests, monuments and national parks, this unique environment is famous for mild winters, stunning sunsets, outdoor adventures and a multicultural population that reflects the rich diversity of the Southwest.


Explore Our Location

Campus and the mountains at sunset



Land Acknowledgement

We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples. Today, Arizona is home to 22 federally recognized tribes, with Tucson being home to the O’odham and the Yaqui. Committed to diversity and inclusion, the University strives to build sustainable relationships with sovereign Native Nations and Indigenous communities through education offerings, partnerships, and community service.